With regret, Allan (Plot 46) has decided circumstances mean he has to give up his plot. Allan has two fruit cages which he is putting up for sale at very good prices. You will find details posted by the entrance to his plot and in the Octagon. Contact Allan on 07918707801 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
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Want to add some oomph to your homemade compost? Need to add some extra heat to your pile to kill off those pesky weed seeds?
GFAA plotters can use this super-dooper-compost-enhancer-material entirely free of all charges.
Feel free to collect as much as you like every week after George cuts the grass. Or if you prefer, it’s available for only £49.95 per barrow load with free delivery to your plot.
We have a goodly number of nicely chitted seed tatties available for plotters to use. Varieties include: Blue Danube, Rooster, and two types of Sarpo. These are available from the Seed Swop area in the Octagon. Please help ourselves.
Anne on Plot 92a has a serviceable metal shed, sized about six foot by four, she no longer needs. It’s on offer free to plotters on a first come, first served, basis.
If you are interested, please contact Anne by email at email@example.com or mobile on 07760 127189.
Val on Plot 23 suggested this first announcement. Thanks Val.
A couple of people have said they would like some Sutherland Kale seeds. This is a heritage variety Val grew organically which produced a huge amount of seed.
The Kale is a soft type which is very
While on the subject of seeds, don’t forget that within our Dobies’s Group Scheme, GFAA plotters and volunteers can receive a 40% discount on their seeds and 10% on other purchases. Copies of the catalogue and the necessary unique to GFAA discount code can be found in the Octagon, or email Norman (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you prefer to order online and need the code sent to you.
Greenspace Scotland’s latest e-bulletin contained this reminder:
“Grow Wild is giving you the opportunity to apply for a free wildflower seed kit, with everything you need to get your group sowing and growing. You don’t need growing experience, just enthusiasm, a shared space to transform and a group of people to help make it happen! Apply using the online form and in March 2019 they’ll take you on a growing journey. Bring more colour and wildlife to your community, school or workplace next Spring! Deadline 8 February“.
These free seeds could help us refresh our Wildflower Garden and seed the North Bank that we have started to develop. I’m delighted to report Ron (Plot 65a) has taken this in hand and put an application in for GFAA.